A new Vietnamese sandwich shop will open in Cherry Hill, offering a variety of traditional Vietnamese flavorful sandwiches, and will host its grand opening on Saturday, April 29th. Banh Mi Ngon is located at 1434 Brace Rd and will be open seven days a week. It replaces Viet Kitchen, which opened early last year.
Banh Mi Ngon aims to bring the taste of Vietnam to Cherry Hill by offering a variety of banh mi, or Vietnamese hoagies, a popular Vietnamese street food that has gained a following in the US in recent years. The sandwich is typically made with a baguette filled with marinated meats, pickled vegetables, fresh herbs, and a spicy chili sauce.
Owners Nghia Nguyen and Nuong Vu, originally from Vietnam, are passionate about Vietnamese cuisine and are excited to share their love of this food with the community. They will also offer Vietnamese coffee drinks and other Vietnamese snacks.
Banh Mi Ngon seeks to become a new Vietnamese food destination in Cherry Hill. Whether you’re a fan of Vietnamese cuisine or simply looking to try something new, Banh Mi Ngon might hit the spot.
On opening day, you get one free if you buy five hoagies.
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Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.